So, don’t worry yourself too much with averages. But here’s one anyway:
The average starting salary for a degree apprentice in 2019 was £17,800 per year, according to the Incomes Data Research (IDR).
Every apprenticeship is tailored to the person doing it. Not only that, but pay varies dramatically based on the sector you’re in, your employer, and your level of study.
You’ll also find that apprenticeships around London and the South East tend to pay a bit more, too.
So, decide what's important to you. Whether it's location, salary, or job role, you might have to make compromises to get what you want. But the important thing to remember is, you’re not paying for your tuition fees. Ka-ching.
Here’s a few things to keep in mind regarding apprentice pay: